You can hide behind the ToS, but that does not excuse the fact that no timely notice was posted here in the forums regarding the hotfix. And why was it not done during maintenance today, instead, sometime on a Monday afternoon, the day before said maintenance?
It allows me & many other who were selling the decks for little gold as targets for easy exploitation. None of us that are affected were given an acceptable amount of time to make an educated decision on whether to sell, keep, or at LEAST pull the item from the AH in order to re-sell for it's fair market value.
It still does not show the stam stat on Wowhead:
As paying clients, and knowing perfectly well that this issue was present in the beta testing, and the trinket was without stamina for many months now, we deserve better than to have someone take advantage of us b/c Blizzard decided to make a HUGE change on a whim, with complete and utter disregard for how it will affect players who own or are selling parts of the deck.
It is as though no one has taken anything from the past into consideration, and learned from previous mistakes. How is it possible that something like this happens?
Is this what your paying, playing, and hard working customers deserve? To be ripped off, and told nothing about it until it's too late?
All I am asking for is a common courtesy to post a blue that "... in 1 weeks time or 2 weeks time, said changes would be made, take said adjustments into consideration."
I literally cannot believe that you would treat your clients this way. There is no excuse. There are only 4 trinkets in the new DMC. Why would you not disclose this in a professional matter knowing it potentially will affect so many people?